Guide: getting Windows MCE video on your iPod

Posted on Wednesday, Nov 02 2005 @ 11:35 CET by Thomas De Maesschalck
Engadget has posted a new howto which learns you how to transfer your Windows Media Center Edition content to your iPod video with the help of a few tools.
Videora iPod Converter is my current tool of choice for massaging video into an iPod-friendly format. Like many conversion applications you’ll encounter, free or otherwise, Videora simplifies the process by providing a front-end for the command line ffmpeg. Videora iPod Converter and her older brother PSP Video 9 are good choices because they’ve canned common settings, offer batch conversions, and cost exactly zero dollars.
Check out the full guide over here.


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